I had a Blue Pullman hornby layout.
I loved it, and each time i layed it out, i returned it to it's box.
Years later whilst i was at work my mum (bless her) gave it to a women along the street, thanks mum.
Later in life i fixed a good hornby set onto a board for my step son. It kept failing until i found a loose fish plate joint... I'd thought the engine was knackered but no, just the fish plate urghh...
Typical mother. ??. Mine gave away over a 100 45rpm singles to the Boy Scouts. All the early Beatles, Rolling Stones, Roy Orbison, and so many others.
Getting back to Hornby......I've not long started building a new layout. Costs a fortune these days. I bought 2 sets and put then them together, and it looked pathetic. So off I went and bought a rake of track, and now it looks so much better.
I had a track when I was about 11 or 12. and then puberty hit......and I gave it to my nephew.
My daughter says, I'm having a mid life crisis........I told her, I haven't got past the first one yet. ??
Having the time of my life on Fleabay and Amazon. "That's the way to shop".....I told my missus. ??
Just read this on a local radio station web site.
Vehicle owners to be granted MOT exemption in battle against coronavirus
Cars, motorcycles and vans to be granted MOT exemption
Vehicle owners will be granted a six-month exemption from MOT testing, enabling them to continue to travel to work...
Two Thai girls asked me if I'd like to go bed with them; they said it would be just like winning Lotto !
I agreed, and they were right. We all stripped off, and to my horror, we had six matching balls !
I thought I'd share my recent observations with you to which some of you may have encountered yourselves.
I work at a large regional distribution centre (RDC), which is an essential supply company and busy at this moment in time.
Several young agency workers have been drafted in to help and...
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